China Planning Network (CPN) 2006 Conferences:

The 1st International Conference of China Development and City Planning
and The 3rd China Planning Network Annual Conference
2006. 6. 14-16 Beijing

 

1. Initiated and Organized by
China Planning Network (CPN)

2. Co-Organized by
China
Ministry of Construction, P. R. China

Overseas
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
US Department of Transportation
American Planning Association

3. Promoted by
China
State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, P. R. China
Urban Planning Society of China
China Association of Urban Planning
China Academy of Urban Planning and Design
Chinese Society For Urban Studies
Tsinghua University
Tongji University

Overseas
Chancellor Office, MIT
School of Architecture and Planning, MIT
Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT
Center for Real Estate, MIT
Department of Architecture, MIT
University of Westminster, UK


4. Supported by
University of Venice Institute of Architecture, Italy
Kobe Design University, Japan
International Association of China Planning
Lincoln Institute of Land Policy
MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics
MIT International Development and Regional Planning Group
MIT City Design and Development Group
MIT Urban Information System Group

 

5. Conference Academic Advisory Committee (Overseas)
Brian Ciochetti, Chairman and Professor of the Practice of Real Estate, Center for Real Estate, MIT

Dennis Frenchman, Head and Professor of the Practice of Urban Design, City Design and Development, MIT

David Geltner, Director and Professor of Real Estate Finance, Center for Real Estate, MIT

Eran Ben-Joseph, Associate Professor of Landscape Architecture and Planning, MIT

Fred Salvucci, Senior Lecture, Center for Transportation and Logistics, MIT; Former Massachusetts Secretary of Transportation

Fulong Wu, Professor, Cardiff University, UK

Joseph Ferreira Jr, Head and Professor of Urban Planning and Operations Research, Urban Information Systems, MIT

Hugo Priemus, Professor and Dean Faculty of Technology, Policy and Management, elft University of Technology, Netherlands

Karen R. Polenske, Head and Professor of Regional Political Economy and Planning, International Development and Regional Planning, MIT

Lawrence J. Vale, Head and Professor of Urban Studies and Planning, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT

Mark J. Schuster, Professor of Urban Culture Policy, MIT

Maurits van Rooijen, Vice President, University of Westminster, UK

Ming Zhang, Assistant Professor, University of Texas at Austin

Qing Shen, Associate Dean, School of Architectu- re, Planning, and Preservation, University of Maryland, USA

Ralph Gakenheimer, Professor of Urban Planning,Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT

Randall Crane, Acting Director and Professor of Urban Planning, Institute of transportation Studies, UCLA

Tingwei Zhang, Associate Professor, University of Illinois at Chicago

Tunney Lee, Former Head and Professor of Architecture and Urban Studies and Planning, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT

Yungho Chang, Professor and Head, Department of Architecture, MIT

Zhong-Ren Peng, Professor and Chair, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, University of Florida, USA

 

 

 

6. Conference

  Opening Remarks
   
  Qiu Baoxing, Vice Minister, Ministry of Construction Vice Premier of China State Council Mr. ZENG Peiyan sent a letter of congratulations to the CPN 3rd Annual Conference in Beijing
   
  Jiang Zhenghua, Vice Chairman of the National People's Congress of China Yao Zhongmin, Deputy Governor, China Development Bank
   
  Lawrence J. Vale, Head and Prof. of Urban Studies and Planning, Department of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT Takashi Onishi, President of City Planning Institute of Japan; Professor of Tokyo University
   
  Tran Ngoc Chinh, Vice Minister of Ministry of Construction of Vietnam    
   

 

  Plenary Conference
   
  Containing the city: Examples from the UK and Europe of Managing the Urban and Rural Relationship in a Growing Economy

Robin Thompson, Prof., Univ. College London; Former President of ECTP

The Chinese Paradigm in the World's Third Urbanization Wave

Qiu Baoxing, Vice Minister, Ministry of Construction

   
  Is Smart Growth Useful to China's Policy of Scientific Development?

Sam Casella, President, the Planning Authority, LLC; Former President, APA; Former President, AICP

   
   

 

  Campus Planning and Planning Education Reform under Globalization and Informatization
   
  View of Practice and Science for Urban Planning

He Xinghua, Director General, Department of International Relations, the Ministry of Construction, P.R.C

Creative Transformation

Li Daozeng, Academician of CAE; Professor, School of Architecture, Tsinghua University

   
  Exchange between Chinese and American Planning Education Programs

Zhang Tingwei, Chair, International Association for China Planning; Prof., University of Illinois at Chicago

Directions of Urban planning Development

Wu Zhiqiang, Dean and Professor, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji University

   
 

Continuation and Innovation of Historical and Cultural Context of University Campus during Rapid Growth

Lv Bin, Director and Prof., Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Peking Univ.

Sustainable Responses to Campus Planning for Higher Education

Robert (Bob) Nalls, Sustainable Responses to Campus Planning for Higher Education

   
  University Towns, Technopole and Urban Endogenous Development

Chen Binzhao, Prof., College of Architecture and Urban Planning , Tongji Univ.

College Campus Planning

James Jao, President, China US Urban Planning and Development Foundation; Experts in Planning and Building, State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs; Former New York City Planning Commissioner
   
 

Architectural Education at Tsinghua Universities: Development and Reform

Mao Qizhi, Deputy Dean and Prof., School of Architecture, Tsinghua Univ.

   
   

 

  Urban Planning Design & Lessons and Innovation from Controlled Detailed Planning System£º
   
  Building Sustainable Cities in China

Conn H N Yuen, Associate Director, WSP Environmental Asia; Doctor

Continuity and Change: the Nature of Urban Character and its Implications for Urban Design

Jon Lang, Prof., Univ., of New South Wales, Australia

   
  The Innovation Concept of China¡¯s Urban Development

Zou Deci, Academician of CAE; Deputy Board Director, Urban Planning Society of China; Professional Senior Planner

The Explore and Practice of Statutory Plan in Shenzhen

Wang Peng, Director General, Shenzhen Municipal Planning Bureau; Professional Senior Engineer

   
 

Urban Design Mechanism

Lu Jiwei, Prof. College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji Univ.

Reference and Practice: The Experiences of Urban Planning, Construction and Management of Suzhou Industrial Park

Yang Xiaomin, Senior Urban Planner; Chief Planner, Suzhou Industrial Park Planning & Construction Bureau

   
 

An Important Instrument of the Urban Planning Management in Beijing¡ªFunctions and Problems of Controlled Detailed Planning

Huang Yan, Director-General, Beijing Municipal Commission of Urban Planning

Rethinking and Reform of Regulatory Plan--Take the Operation in Nanjing as Example

Ye Bin, Deputy Director, Nanjing Urban planning Bureau
   

 

  City Historical and Cultural Heritage Protection & its Characteristic Extension and Innovation
   
  Strategy of Sustainable Development in Historic Area

Zhou Jian, Dean and Professor, Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning & Design Institute

Strategic Thinking of China¡¯s City Historical and Cultural Heritage Protection

Ruan Yisan, Prof., Tongji Univ.; Well-Renowned Experts in City Historical and Cultural Heritage Protection

   
  Dilemmas and Ways-out: Historic City Conservation in China

Zhang Bing, Senior Urban Planner, Institute of Planning Theory & Historic City Conservation, China Academy of Urban Planning and Design

Practical Sustainability for China¡¯s Cities

Brian Aschroft, Chairman£¬Atkins China Ltd.

   
 

Urban Tourism. Its essential Role in China¡¯s City Planning

Stephen Fairhurst, Associate Director, Head of Planning and Landscape, Scott Wilson, Asia Pacific

Review of the Historic Conservation of Shanghai in Urban Development

Wu Jiang, Deputy Director-General, Shanghai Urban Planning Administration Bureau; Professor

   
 

A Garden City System for 21st Century China? An Opportunity to Realize the Original Vision for Sustainable Town Planning

Maurits van Rooijen, Executive Vice President and Professor, University of Westminster, UK

From the Industrial Revolution to Sustainability Development: the Enduring Relevance of the Peaceful Path to Real Reform?

Robert Freestone, Prof., Planning and Urban Development, Univ. of New South Wales, Australia
   
 

New Garden City Project in Japan

Takahito Saiki, Professor, Kobe Design University, Japan

Current Situation of Urban Design Development in China

Zhu Ziyu, Deputy Chief Planner and Director of Urban Planning Research Departmen China Academy of Urban Planning and Design

   

 

  Renaissance Experience and Lessons of ¡°Old Industrial¡± Cities both in China and Foreign Countries
   
  Urban Renaissance: Transition from Liability to Asset

Yu Li, Director, International Centre for Planning & Research, Cardiff Univ.; Member, Royal Town Planning Institute, UK

Connotation of China¡¯s Historical Cities Renaissance in Rapid Urbanization: A Case Study of Nanjing

Zhou Lan, Director-General, Nanjing Urban planning Bureau£»Ph.D.

   
  Land Recycling in China:Balancing China's Economic Development & Land-Resource Needs

Karen Polenske, Head and Prof., Regional Political Economy& Planning,IDRP,MIT;Former President, International Input-Output Association

Renewal and Reconstruction of Zhengzhou Old Industrial Base

Yang Jianqiang, Prof., School of Architecture, Southeast Univ.; Tutor to a Ph.D. Student

   
 

Reconstruction and Renewal of Guangzhou Old City Area

Pan An, Director-General, Guangzhou Urban planning Bureau; Ph.D.

Inner City Rejuvenation: Bradford City Case Study

Jeb Beresford, Associate & Architect, Alsop Design Consulting (Shanghai) Ltd

   
 

Urban Planning Strategy for Transformation of Resource-Style Heavy Industry Cities

Shen Jin, Director-General, Tangshan Urban Planning Bureau

Historic City Preservation and Urban Culture Revival

Yu Binyang, Director-General, Harbin Urban Planning Bureau
   

 

  Comparative Competition, Cooperation and Regional Planning in Rapid Urbanizing Regions
   
 

Before Pouring the Concrete: Some Abstract Considerations Regarding Spatial Inequality and Regional Development in China

Deepak Bhattasali, Lead Economist, East Asian and Pacific Region, World Bank

Strategic Supporting Point in Central China--City Cluster in Central Plains

Zhang Dawei, Vice Governor, Henan Province; Ph.D.

   
  Building Metropolitan Competitiveness in Globalization: the OECD Experience

Yang Guang, OECD Division of Regional Competitiveness and Governance in the Directorate of Public Governance and Territorial Development

Review and Forward-looking to China¡¯s Urbanization Strategy

Chen Huai, Dean of Policy Research Office, the Ministry of Construction

   
 

Economic Interaction of Regions in Northeast Asia in Terms of Regional Income Growth

Euijune Kim, Prof. and Editor of Annals of Regional Science, College of Agricultural Economics and Rural Development, Seoul National Univ., Korea

Regional Planning Experiences in Tokyo Metropolitan Region and its Lessons for the Future on Chinese Metropolitan Regions

Takashi Onishi, President of City Planning Institute of Japan; Prof. of Tokyo Univ.

   
 

Urban Mobility and Sustainability in Asia and the Power of Context

Harry Dimitriou, Bartlett Prof. of Planning Studies, University College London

Zoning and Land Use Law in the US: Lessons and Experience to China

Jerold Kayden, Prof., Co-Chair and Program Director, Department of Urban Planning and Design, Harvard Univ.
   
 

Healthful urbanization, humanism city and the transition of city planning

Yan Xiaopei, Vice Mayor and Professor, Shenzhen Municipal People¡¯s Government; Tutor to a Ph.D. Student

Characteristics of China¡¯s Regional Planning and Its Development Tendence

Cui Gonghao, Professor, Nanjing University

   
 

Regional Tendency and City Cluster Planning in China¡¯s Big Cities

Li Xiaojiang, President of China Academy of Urban Planning and Design; Professional Senior Engineer

Political Economy of Urban Planning and Development

Zhou Weilin, Professor, Fudan University

   
 

Strategic Transform¡ªFrom Competition to Coordination

Yang Baojun, Chief Planner, China Academy of Urban Planning and Design

The Town Planning Strategy Based on The Gentle Hillside Environment Application in Zhejiang Province

Xu Lei, Prof. and Vice Dean, School of Architecture, Zhe jiang University

   
 

The Development Tendency of China¡¯s Urban Spatial Structure

Wang Kai, Deputy Chief Planner, China Academy of Urban Planning and Design

   
   

 

  Opportunities, Challenges and Technical Solutions for Urban Transportation
   
  The Rapid Development of China's Urban Transportation Systems: Opportunities, Challenges & Policies

Randall Crane, Acting Director and Prof. of Urban Planning, Institute of Transportation Studies, UCLA

HST-Railway Stations as Dynamic Nodes in Urban Networks

Hugo Priemus, Prof. and Dean, Faculty of Technology, Policy, and Management, Delft Univ. of Technology, Netherlands

   
  Emerging Technologies and Public Transport Planning: Moving Bits to Move People

Mike Shiffer, Vice President, Chicago Transit Authority and Associate Professor of Urban Planning and Policy, UIC, USA

Urban Information Systems for Planning Tomorrow's Metropolis

Joseph Ferreira Jr., Head Urban Information Systems Program, MIT £» Professor of Urban Planning and Operations Research

   
 

Urban Transport Trends and Policies in China and India: Impacts of Rapid Economic Growth

Zhong-Ren Peng, Prof. and Chair, Department of Urban and Regional Planning, Univ. of Florida, USA

The Asian Model of TOD

Ming Zhang, Assistant Prof., School of Architecture, Univ. of Texas at Austin

   
 

Rethinking the Role of Metropolitan Planning in Sustainable Development

Qing Shen, Associate Dean, School of Architectu- re, Planning, and Preservation, Univ. of Maryland, USA

Combining Amenity and Mobility in Urban Transportation Planning in China

Jean-Francois Doulet, Director of China Program, IVM, France, and Senior Lecture of Paris Institute of Political Science
   
 

A Thinking About The Modern Urban Public Transit System

Wen Guowei, Prof., School of Architecture of Tsinghua Univ.; Certified Urban Planner; Professional Senior Urban Planner

Harmonious Development between Mobilization and Urban Habitat Environment

Yang Dongyuan, Vice President & Prof., Tongji Univ.; Tutor to a Ph.D Student

   
 

How to achieve better and safer roads through urban and landscape design?

Miguel Wustemann, Director, Kiah Infranet Pty Ltd

Some Considerations on China¡¯s Transportation Development in Urbanization

Wu Jianping, Prof. and Director, UK China Joint ITS Centre, Univ. of Southampton, Beijing Jiaotong Univ.

   
 

Building Institutions for Sustainable Urban Transport

Zhi Liu, Infrastructure Sector Coordinator, World Bank

Problems and Thoughts on Urban Transportation of China

Ma Lin, Deputy Director, Urban Transport Technology Center, the Ministry of Construction

   

 

  Globalizing the Discourse of a Local Development
   
  The Mega-City Region in Yangtze River Delta: Spatial Structure and Planning

Gu Chaolin, Prof. and Tutor to a Ph.D Student, Nanjing Univ.

Place Marketing as a Local Response to Globalization: the Case of Shanghai

Tang Zilai, Prof. and Deputy Dean, College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji Univ.

   
  The Creation of City Characteristics under the Cooperation of Guangxi City Group in the Beibu Bay Economic Zone

Lei Xiang, President, GuangXi Institute of Architectural Design & Research; President, the Urban and Countryside Planning Society of Guangxi; Ph.D.

Three Questions Regarding Urbanization in China

Eric J. Heikkila, Prof., Policy, Planning, and Development Univ. of Southern California

   
 

City's Vision

Zeng Decheng, Assistant Prof., Department of Architecture, Donghai Univ., Taiwan

The Beijing Urban Design Studio: 20 Years of collaboration between MIT and Tsinghua University

Dennis Frenchman, Prof. of the Practice of Urban Design; Head, City Design and Development program, MIT

   
 

Domestic-Oriented Planning Education under Globalization: Comparing the Planning Education and Practice among China and America

Ad¨¨le Naud¨¦ Santos, Dean and Professor of Architecture and Urban Planning, MIT

An Interdisciplinary Approach to Design Education

Yungho Chang, Head and Professor, Department of Architecture, MIT
   
 

The Education and Continuing Education of Urban Planners

Xinhao Wang, Prof. of Planning, Univ. of Cincinnati

Stateless Housing: New Global Housing

Michael Bell, Prof., Columbia Univ. Graduate School of Architecture, Planning and Preservation

   
 

New Model of Transit Self-Suffiency Oriented Development: China's New Model of Sustainable Planning and Design

Harrison Fraker,Debra Lam

Research on Spatial Structure and Combined Efficiency of China's 3 Major City Groups

Wu Zhiqiang, Dean and Prof., College of Architecture and Urban Planning, Tongji Univ.

   

 

  Garden City, Green City, Ecological City and Sustainability
   
  New Tracks, for a New Policy, for a New Urban and Territorial Landscape

Bernardo Secchni, Dean and Prof. of Urban Planning, Venice University Institute of Architecture, Italy

The Garden City: an Enduring Model for Sustainable Urbanization

Stephen V.Ward, Prof. of Planning History at Oxford Brookes Univ., UK; Former President, International Planning History Society

   
  Building Heterogeneous Communities for Sustainable Urban Governance

Feng Xu, Prof., Univ. of Victoria, Canada

Governing through Environment (huanjing): Sustainability, Value, and City Building in Dalian, China

Lisa Hoffman, Assistant Prof., Univ. of Washington

   
 

Garden Estates and Social Harmony: a Study into the Relationship between Residential Planning and Urban Governance in Contemporary China

David Bray, Prof., Univ. of Sydney

Taizhou is speeding up development for environmentallyfriendly society

Zhang Hongming, Mayor, Taizhou Municipal People¡¯s Government

   
 

Research and Practice of Innovative System of Scientific City Planning in China

Rao Rong, Ph.D., Chief expert, School of Architecture, Tsinghua Univ.

Urban and Metropolitan Management in Seoul

Se-Koo Rhee, Director, Department of Urban Management Seoul Development Institute (SDI)
   
 

Metropolitan Management Experiences of Greater Sao Paulo: EMPLASA

Eloisa Rolim, Technical Director, EMPLASA (Metropolitan Management Agency of Greater Sao Paulo)

Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation

Stuart Kenny, Director General, Letchworth Garden City Heritage Foundation

   
 

Best Practices for Sustainable Chinese Urban Redevelopment

David Nieh, Director, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (SOM) Shanghai; Former Chief Planner of Silicon Valley

Environmental Eco-Planning & Design on Different Scales

Li Dexiang, Prof. and Dean of Academic Committee, School of Architecture Tsinghua Univ.

   
 

Integrating Water into Green

Judy van Gelderen, Director, Kiah Infranet Pty Ltd

Re-Thinking Urban Planning ¨C Children¡¯s Health as Indicator System for Sustainable Environments

Trudy Maria Tertilt, CIM Expert, Shanghai Tongji Urban Planning and Design Institute

   
 

The Porous City

Paola Vigano, Prof. of Urban Design, Venice University Institute of Architecture, Italy

Keep Balance for Healthy, Comfortable and Sustainable Environment

Tian Yuan, Keller Technologies Ltd. (Switzerland), Asian Department; Ph. D.

   

 

  Building a Healthier Real Estate Market: Experience and Lessons Abroad
   
  Regulating the Booming Housing Market: China's Transition Towards Property-based Regime of Accumulation

Fulong Wu, Prof., School of City and Regional Planning, Cardiff Univ., UK

Guarantees for a Healthy Real Estate Market

Bao Zonghua, Executive Vice-President, China Real Estate And Housing Research Association

   
  Sincerity¡ªthe Core in Reconstruction of Real Estate Market Order

Bian Huacai, President, Shanghai Zhangkai Group

Real Estate Markets in Transition: Conventional Wisdom versus Empirical Evidence

Annette Kim, Assistant Prof. of Urban Studies and Planning, MIT

   
 

Public Housing System and the Health Development of Real Estate Market in China

Liu Hongyu, Prof. and Chairperson, Institute of Real Estate Studies, Tsinghua Univ.

Opportunities and Challenges to China¡¯s Real Estate Market

Brian (Tony) Ciochetti, Chairman and Prof., Centre of Real Estate, MIT

   
 

Tax Policy and Real Estate Market: What can be Learned from the American Experience?

Lan Deng, Assistant Prof., Univ. of Michigan

Yong Real Estate Market and its Healthy Growth

Gu Yunchang, Secretary-General, China Real Estate Association
   
 

Allocation of Land Increased-Value Profit in Urban Planning and Development

Chai Qiang, Executive Vice-President and Secretary-General, China Institute of Real Estate Appraisers and Agents

Design Report of Vanke's Dongli Lake Program

Wang Xin, Vice President, China Vanke Co., Ltd.

   
 

Real Estate Development in China:Lessons from the U.S. and Recommendations for Change

James Jao, President, China US Urban Planning and Development Foundation; Experts in Planning and Building, State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs; Former New York City Planning Commissioner

Game between Government and Real Estate Market

Ye Jianping, Dean and Prof., Land Management Department, School of Public Administration Renmin Univ. of China

   
 

To Build a Healthy Real Estate Market

Ren Xingzhou, Director, Marketing Economy Researching Dept. of the Development and Researching Center of the State Department

The Shaping of Creative Community in the New Millennium Through Knowledge- and Innovation-Based Development

Ellen Lou, Associate Partner, Director of Urban Design and Planning£¬Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

   

 



 

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